Nine men with disabilities became Bar Mitzvah in a special ceremony.

A collection of links and articles about disability and the LDS Church (Mormons).

The official disability resources website for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons).

"Turning disabilities into capabilities; providing quality services with integrity, compassion and respect."

A article about Christianity and disability from a blogger with autism. From the article:

Disabled Christians don't get a free pass here. We're held up to the same standards as anybody else. Sure, we might not be able to do some things that non-disabled people can do; but that's not the point. What we can do, and what skills we do have, should be dedicated to others.

An online version of the King James Version of the Bible in large print.

An online version of the King James Version of the Bible in large print.

A website that highlights some of the ways that Jesus interacted with Deaf people from Paster Dr. Peter Masters.

Douglas Belkin writes for the Boston Globe tells the story of Louis, a young man with Down syndrome who became a Bar Mitzvah and discusses some of the challenges that persons with disabilities face in religious organizations

Article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette with a number of examples of how persons with disabilities either were or weren't accepted in their congregations. From the article:

The notion that religious congregations are welcoming to people with disabilities seems so obvious, so natural. Surprisingly, a warm reception is not always the case.